Detective Inspector Jim Holmes says he named her Raihana meaning 'heaven's flower'
The post-mortem examination found the victim died from multiple stab wounds to the chest and neck
Police are hunting for two men following the serious sexual assault
Teenage victim found knocking on doors nearly four hours after being snatched by two white men in silver car
Past test papers allow you to, not only understand the types of questions that will be asked, but also to understand which of the areas you feel you are the weakest in
Union of Jewish Students says it remains 'a concern' incidents have not been 'appropriately addressed' as part of Labour Party’s disciplinary procedures, and says: 'Many Jewish students at Oxford are likely to be disappointed'
New Cabinet features the lowest proportion of fee-paying ministers since Labour PM Clement Attlee in 1945
Villagers suggest Harry Potter or Inspector Morse filming locations may be behind regular arrivals of tourists to an unexceptional suburban road
Jack Letts, dubbed 'Jihadi Jack', was suspected of joining Isis after he left his home in Oxford and travelled to Syria last year
Chancellor says signatories' concerns 'appear to be based on a misleading headline and news article'
Students have been fiercely campaigning to remove a 'racist' statue of the 19th century colonialist
Comments made amid increasingly fiery debate over stifling of free speech at institutions, which has been described as 'an epidemic'
Prestigious Oxbridge universities slip down, as rankings’ editor says balance of power in higher education is 'slowly shifting from the West to the East'
Admissions tutor tells researchers 'a lottery would be fairer than the current system', as both universities respond to the findings
St Andrews and Durham revealed as having strong honours records too
Vice-chancellor says Buckingham doesn't have 'big, impersonal lectures' like some larger universities